This sample demonstrates how to use the watchdog driver API.
A typical use case for a watchdog is that the board is restarted in case some piece of code is kept in an infinite loop.
Building and Running
In this sample, a watchdog callback is used to handle a timeout event once. This functionality is used to request an action before the board restarts due to a timeout event in the watchdog driver.
The watchdog peripheral is configured in the board’s
.dts file. Make sure that the watchdog is enabled
using the configuration file in
Building and Running for ST Nucleo F091RC
The sample can be built and executed for the ST Nucleo F091RC as follows:
west build -b nucleo_f091rc samples/drivers/watchdog west flash
To build for another board, change “nucleo_f091rc” to the name of that board and provide a corresponding devicetree overlay.
You should get a similar output as below:
Watchdog sample application Attempting to test pre-reset callback Feeding watchdog 5 times Feeding watchdog... Feeding watchdog... Feeding watchdog... Feeding watchdog... Feeding watchdog... Waiting for reset... Handled things..ready to reset
After the last message, the board will reset and the sequence will start again